• Digestive Benefits
  • Protection Against Common Illnesses
  • Anti-inflammatory Effects
  • Topical Application
  • Emotional and Neurological Benefits

Marjoram tea is not recommended to hypertensive individuals, to those who have undergone vascular accidents or to patients with febrile states (fever values higher than 38 Celsius degrees). In summer heated days, the marjoram tea should be consumed carefully.

Ingredients & Weight
Dried Marjoram leaves
2 teaspoon
Boiling water
8 ounces
Preparation directions
  • Marjoram tea is prepared by steeping 2 teaspoons dried herb in 8 ounces of boiling water for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Ready -------------------****
How often to use

Once per day, but also recommended to take few days off per month.

Scientific proof
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